Greetings One and All,
And I have come out of retirement to bring this to you. I have searched the board and the search agent, but so far there is nothing on this. An I am
quite sure thatg it has yet to take hold in the MSM outside of Mexico, and to be honest has minimal traction here yet as it is early days.
OK a breakdown, a while ago the government of Mexico announced it was launching a series of reforms to the energy sector, and in particular the
privatisation (non privatisation) and sell off (not selling off) of the state run oil company PEMEX. This has hit home just before the new year when
it was quietly announced that PEMEX was effectually bankrupt, and had no oil refinery capability and essentially is now being sold to the USA to be
sold back to Mexico once refined into gasoline. Since the 1st of January we have seen fuel price rise 20% and are set for more as market forces taken
hold. Not a big issue some might say with fuel at around $3.50 a gallon currently. However when it is considered that the minimum wage in Mexico is
only $80 pesos a day, and the average wage around $6 - 10K Pesos ($300 - $600 US) a month. It is a very different picture. Essentially in perspective
Mexico now has the most expensive fuel in the world.
This is not the end of the story. The sell off and sale of the natural oil resources is considered by an large a flagrant breach of the constitution
and what is term the "patrimonio" of the country. Essentially this is a betrayal of the people for a globalist agenda.
That is not the end. Again today we are told that electricity prices HAVE RISEN 50%. We're informed this on the latest CFE bill that arrive
So, as a result, we have seen demonstrations in all major and minor cities starting yesterday and continuing through today. The government palace in
Aguacalientes was stormed last night but with no further reports, highway roadblocks are in progress, attacks on gas stations have been reported,
scuffles with riot police have been reported, and currently there are and continue to be the takeover of highway toll-booths nationwide from Tijuana
down to Oaxaca. More protests are scheduled through the week, with other groups starting to organise, including those with political influence. In
short it is starting to warm up.
BUT That is not the end. Today also we here of attempt to approve a law within Mexico City at the moment, that will force people to surrender the
value gained on OWNED PROPERTY once sold minus the value of the original purchase price. Meaning that is a house is bought for $100,000 and sold for
$200,000 the seller must pay the excess $100,000 to the government. Essentially they are saying they own your house. The reason they state is that
rises in property prices are due to infrastructure "improvements" made by the government and therefore are attributable to them, and therefore they
alone should benefit!!! If this passes in Mexico DF, this could go national.
If this happens what is happening now in relation to the "Gasolinazo" will be small beans, there is already talk of civil war, with this just being
the final abuse of the people that broke the burros back!
Will the ghosts of Pacho Villa, Zapata, and Perhaps Hidalgo raise their heads once more, or will this just end in more bloodshed on the streets of
I truly hope that the response this gets if any is not one I expect from our friends to the north, if it i I hope the majority of people can ignore to
see this for the very serious situation for what it is, the deliberate destabilisation of a western democratic country, a federal republic, by TPTB
with a globalist agenda.
For you consideration
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